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  • Confusion over doctor lists is costly for Obamacare enrollees in state

    Confusion over doctor lists is costly for Obamacare enrollees in state
    Frustration and legal challenges over the network of doctors and hospitals for Obamacare patients have marred an otherwise successful rollout of the federal healthcare law in California. Limiting the number of medical providers was part of an effort...
  • Law firm announces move to Pratt Street

    Law firm announces move to Pratt Street
    Baltimore law firm Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler said Tuesday it will move to new offices on Pratt Street in December, where it can consolidate operations on a single floor and design space to meet its current needs. The company, which employs about...
  • American Apparel lender Lion Capital demands $10-million loan be paid

    American Apparel lender Lion Capital demands $10-million loan be paid
    The wealthy playboy behind American Apparel Inc.'s latest crisis isn't ousted Chief Executive Dov Charney. It's a London financier named Lyndon Lea. American Apparel told securities regulators Tuesday that Lea's private equity firm, Lion Capital, has...
  • Richard Berkowitz, CEO, Berkowitz Pollack Brant

    Richard Berkowitz, CEO, Berkowitz Pollack Brant
    Richard A. Berkowitz is chief executive officer of Berkowitz Pollack Brant Advisors and Accountants, a role he has held since the firm’s inception in 1980. One of the largest independent accounting firms in Florida, Berkowitz Pollack Brant has...
  • The best and worst states for small business: Red tape blues

    The best and worst states for small business: Red tape blues
    Ian Toner, an architect in Philadelphia, recently went to city offices for a permit to build a stoop for a client's home. The city, he learned, had just imposed new requirements: he would have to get maps from gas, electric, water and other utilities to...
  • Big business finally learns that wellness is good business

    2014 has been the year when the discussion of well-being has migrated from health and wellness magazines to business magazines. Wellness, and how to integrate it into our work lives, has become the hottest topic in the business pages. And that should...
  • Study raises safety concerns about Cove Point gas facility

    Study raises safety concerns about Cove Point gas facility
    A proposed liquefied natural gas facility in Calvert County could put nearby residents at "significant risk" if a fire or explosion occurs, according to a British consulting firm hired by opponents of the project to review its hazards. Ricardo-AEA,...
  • Reshaped Baltimore County library board ends dispute over IT transfers to county

    Reshaped Baltimore County library board ends dispute over IT transfers to county
    Members of the Baltimore County library board of trustees usually deal with issues such as budgets, library rules and staffing — but in recent months, the panel has found itself in the middle of a political dispute. A disagreement between the...
  • Power plants coming to electricity-hungry region

    Power plants coming to electricity-hungry region
    Developers haven't built a new power plant of any significance in Maryland for over a decade — one reason the state imports more electricity than almost any other in the country, racking up extra charges for consumers. But change is coming. Two...
  • STORY: How a casual conversation sparked legal challenge to state's same-sex marriage ban

    NORFOLK — Tony London told a friend last June that he wanted to get married to his longtime partner. London, 55, a real estate agent and former Navy sailor, had been dating Tim Bostic, 49, an English professor at Old Dominion University, for 24...
  • Google, Detroit diverge on road map for self-driving cars

    SAN FRANCISCO/DETROIT (Reuters) - In 2012, a small team of Google Inc engineers and business staffers met with several of the world's largest car makers, to discuss partnerships to build self-driving cars. In one meeting, both sides were enthusiastic...